TCL releases C9 game smart screen: with built-in cloud game

Following the announcement of TCL as the official partner of the League of Legends Professional League (LPL) in February, TCL officially announced on the first day of the AWE 2021 exhibition that it had reached strategic cooperation with the EDG team and released the TCL C9 game smart screen.

It is reported that the C9 gaming smart screen provides 5 size configurations, including 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, 85-inch, and 85-inch C9 A, which are priced at 6599 yuan, 9999 yuan, 11999 yuan, 16999 yuan, and 22999 yuan(CNY), respectively.

As a game smart screen specially designed for e-sports, it uses a MEMC screen that supports up to 120Hz refresh rate.

At the same time, in response to the problem of out-of-synchronization between operations and images due to excessive SoC resource occupancy when processing high-definition images, TCL uses VRR/ALLM technology to improve frame rate synchronization and achieve 4ms ultra-low latency.

Besides, relying on the AI ​​image quality algorithm, ordinary HDR can be upgraded to full ecological HDR to ensure that the picture details are visible.

At present, the cloud gaming model can be said to be an area where many manufacturers have rushed to get involved in recent years, including the launch of cloud gaming applications and cloud gaming TV boxes.

This time, TCL C9 Gaming Smart Screen has a rich TCL cloud gaming ecosystem. It provides more than 300 games through cooperation with NetEase Cloud Games and Tianyi Cloud Games to create a high-quality, low-cost cloud gaming experience for players, which can be played without downloading.

In terms of configuration, the TCL C9 gaming smart screen is equipped with 3+32GB storage and supports 4K resolution 120fps transmission and 8K resolution 60fps transmission.

Built-in 5 independent sound units, with 50W super-large sound power, 20W rear woofer, Dolby sound, and DTS Virtual-X technology.

It is worth mentioning that the C9 game smart screen can also be adapted to PS5, Xbox, and SeriesX game consoles.